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technology. to remain relevant we need to show impact. we can't wait 5 years. whenever we design, whatever we are doing at c & i now, my staff know that we are designing it to have an impact measure initially. even if it's just a leading indicator, it needs to show something immediately. and the other reason is we can't scale something if we don't know if it works. so that is important to us. we need to be able to test things fail through an indicator if that's what will happen and revise and fail forward again because unless we test it and know it works, we won't scale it. it doesn't make any sense to do that. so, one of the reasons why it's the right tight -- time and the right place to take this on is, this is data that you may know and have, but there are roughly 10,000 districts across the 50 states. in those 10,000 districts, the largest in new york down to 47,000, we are at the smaller percent. that district serves 25 percent of the students and they serve 40 percent of our latino, african americans and under served students. if you are going to make a difference for those kids and ge
let's look at the future. we are taking a look at some of the most exciting technologies in elevators. george, tell us about destination elevators. >> this is the technology of the future. probably the biggest single investment in elevators. san francisco has embraced the technology more than any other city in the country. a big advantage with us is passengers get to their floors sooner and there is more opportunity of customization of features for individual service. four issues of security and accessibility, this is a big advantage over traditional elevators. digest i understand these are rehabilitated upgrades of existing elevators? >> yes, these are upgrades to the original elevators from 1980. all the controls and wiring has changed but the physical mechanisms are the same. >> how much energy to these use? >> with all of the things that we did hear, energy savings is about 50% from where we started. that is a significant improvement for such a major system. >> tell me how it works. >> this is the hall keypad, which controls the elevator. the system asks where you are going before
for the technology. currently we are in the process of rolling out the common core standards in math. and there are nearly 2,000 teachers who have math responsibilities in san francisco. we are working with nearly 400 of them who are developing units of study for their students. piloting those or field testing those and revising them to and refining them and we are building over a multiyear process of building this new curriculum based upon the common core standards. these curricular units have design criteria that are based upon giving students the opportunity to tackle those rich problems that i was just discussing. tackling the meaty or chunky problems of mathematics and how we are going to roll out the 80 percent where we are developing a site for teacher model where teachers are collaborating with the model and peer to peer conversations and looking over students to evaluate what did you do to tackle this problem. can i observe what's happening in the classroom and creating an environment in which we can get a good implementation. so our math team the fully engrossed in this wor
to technology visits every tech tour tuesday and meet with thirty or 40 employees of those companies and many of them know their ipos won't come in like other families they want to be here and work in jobs by the first thing is what are we doing that the schools. that's the birthing sign of viechltd. the best investment is to create a family here because that means you've got fabricate in the way we've treated our schools and the private-public partnering we have. in addition the technology gap that sales force is helping us today with offer $1.7 million in the other person ipads and the tinge goes with it is the training of features tea administrators. that's similar to what auto deck zinc gesture offers. it's the support mechanisms. it's one thing to announce the gift bus it's the best thing to be able to receive it with the highest level of care it deserves. this is what we want to do because i know about mr. benny will be part of this for a long time he invests. vichltd is long term until your goal of skews is done. i want to see the kids successful in every school. i want to thank sails
, technology, engineering, and mathematics programming]1310101.sponsor: kimhearing to present san francisco unified school district's package of initiatives related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programming, including the mayor's middle school leadership initiative, at the joint city and school district select committee >> the clerk: sf 11234 >> thank you. we do have some presenters here today. we have jim ryan, the new executive director for sfusd presenting how the initiative has been going. before we open up the presentation i want to allow any member of our committee to make any comments if you would like. seeing none, we'll move to our presentation. thank you miss ryan. >> just over five 5 months i have been in the position, one of the questions that comes up over again is have we aggregated engineering technology into an acronym and what does that mean. one of the things that we've tried to convey is that stem is neither a job nor a class. i worked as an engineer before becoming an administrator and the job i hold now is the first one that held the acronym stem
, technology and innovation. let's invest in america. so we can create increased economic activity. we're in the midst of a very schizophrenic economic recovery. it's a recovery that has disproportionately benefited the wealthy in america. let's just look at the facts that have been laid before us. we've got corporate profits that are way up. stock market way up. c.e.o. compensation way up. productivity of the american worker way up. yet wages have remained stagnant and unemployment is still stubbornly high. working families and middle class folks have been left behind in the context of this recovery. that's why we believe the first element of any budget has to invest in america. because if you invest in america , you increase economic activity, you increase economic activity, you raise consumer demand. you raise consumer demand, the economy grows. if the economy grows by definition the deficit will be reduced. and let me also note, despite all the rhetoric from some of my friends on the other side of the aisle, under this administration , barack obama, the deficit has ctually been red
pointed out that the parking meter technology was inaccessible, that the meter head was too high if you were in a wheelchair you couldn't read the signs to know how much to put in, how much time you were getting. you needed to be able to grasp a coin and put in a specific coin. some people don't have real grasping use of their hands and fingers, but they can wrap themselves around special knobs on a steering wheel and manage to drive a vehicle with levers and knobs. the idea was make it free because you couldn't easily use the technology. now we've gotten various technology that makes it possible for people to pay by phone, by a smart card, by any number of ways. what we are suggesting is the state law be amended to allow the authorized and local jurisdiction to require meter payment, but if, and only if, the technology is fully accessible. if they're still using the old meter heads that are high and you have to put coins in, that jurisdiction will not be able to use it. san francisco is moving to accessible parking meter technology. i'll add a personal point here. i mentioned earlie
think where we are is the divide between policy and technology. it's pretty clear i think to those of us that have been watching this roll out that the technological base was not sufficient. and that the website didn't function. i felt, and i said this directly to the president's chief of staff, they ought to take down the website until it was right. they believe they need to keep it running that and they can sort out of difficulties that they brought in technological experts from a broad base of the private sector that by the end of november it can be sorted out. and be functioning properly. i don't think there's ever been any website started to do what this website does in the size of this one. i don't make excuse but i think that is pretty much fact of what's happened. >> schieffer: the president said in the beginning that one thing was that if you like the health care program you had you could keep it. we now know there was debate within the administration before he said that as to whether that was actually a promise that could be kept. should the president not have made that statem
call the stem economic scientists and technology and engineering and math; right? and the country has really go forward for a long time the fact we've got a to start in our high schools having a fairly substantial number of kids on a track brown where ware doing computer science to get the skills to go into the firms and no non-manufacturing companies and get good jobs. we decided we, you know, would send a sister-in-law that somehow the united states would generate the idea and produce all in china. in response other parts of the midwest large managing or merchandising companies and northeast ohio you saw philosophical in business and other global dynamics they're seeking substantially job growth are to the benefit of not just the kids of ph.d. from stanford or mit but a whole bunch of folks coming out of high schools and colleges with technical prosecutors. >> tests map silicon valley it's great with ideas they didn't get made in china but it's great if you're an engineer or not so great if you're a generate but mayor lee how this model stacks up in terms of the collaboration. >> t
significant up grades to our website for accessibility. we have updated our technology so we have improved screen read ability and new html forms new this season and we have lots of other registration online capabilities from california and updating registration information from our website on all forms so you can change your address by e-mail on the website to the best of our knowledge this is as accessible website as possible, but as you know technology changes constantly and this is an on going process. and we love to hear from this body anytime that you hear of technology that we can incorporate to make voting more ak cezanne -- accessible from our website. another thing we have upgraded is staff training. all of the staff get a lesson on disability rights and we take that out in public outreach and we also take it out to our poll workers. we are currently training 2086 poll workers for the election and they are all getting information about not only how to set up the polling places to be accessible, to use the machines for accessibility but also how to interact with people who may h
- safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. melissa: so forget love or communication being the key to a happy marriage because a new study says, what can keep you together is actually the most core are uptive thing out there, money! supposedly spouse that is share a bank account are happier than those who don't. do you guys think this rings true? here with today's money talker, jeff gardere, "wall street journal" veronica dagger and celebrity and business powerhouse, jill zare ren. happier couples what do you think? >> 100% happier. i pool my money with my husbands. he has more than i do. now i'm doing okay. but, no, also, it takes one less thing to fight out. one less thing to fight over out of the equation. melissa: really. >> married couples fight about money and power who is spending on what.
, are not keeping up with technology. you'll see this ticket dismissed. i watched the videos of this device and it's clearly as distracting as texting when driving. >> the thing about google glasses it sits up above your eyeline. on your car you might have a heads-up display. gives you the miles-per-hour, maybe the temperature outside. >> exactly. >> if you stare at it all the time and don't take your eyes off it, chances are you're going to wreck. that's the same with this thing. it's there, but -- i don't know. >> exactly. and the other thing that was -- if you're going to do a google search, if you're going to use the search engine, you have to look down -- >> but i can do a google search in my car, that's not illegal. texting is illegal. >> well, technically you can but according to the california statute that might be considered a violation. the problem is, everything is changing, literally weekly, when it comes to technology, and the law just can't stay up with etiquette enough because our -- stay up with it quick enough because our legislatures are so hung up what all the stuff that are arg
there and do something for everybody else and use your relationships, technology and money and make the world better, just don't reap the harvest here and around the world and i took that back and said, when i start my own company, i'm going to take 1% of equity, 1% of profit and 1% of employee's time and put it into a 501 c 3 charity. that was easy because we had no profit, equity and time. >> now you got to put up. you were with oracle in '97 and there was that desire but it wasn't part of the corporate culture. >> that's insightful. when we started the sales force we said we would integrate it. so on the first day you come in and see the kitchen and toilet and at noon you go and do something for the city of san francisco. you go to a homeless shelter, you go to a soup kitchen go and do something else. >> you recently got a lot of attention for giving a 2.7 million dollar gift to the 12 middle schools in san francisco. they will get tablets, wi-fi access and the teachers will get i think $100,000, principals, rather to dsplit the way they se fit. what impact will that have? >> it's an aweso
are starting to roll out in our building a new technology, a cueing system technology. you can wait for having your number called. it's not rolled out yet but when it's we have something audible as well as visual. it's situated throughout the lobby so you can be sitting anywhere and making sure it's audible as well as visible screens located throughout the lobby. in addition to that, we also have check in kiosk. like the cueing system you check in so we can assign you the appropriate number. that will have large fonts available. these haven't been rolled out yet. we are taking into account to make sure they are accessible. print material, some are available in large font as well as braille. i would encourage people to ask. some of those are based on the state and the house. there is so the availability of that. so i would definitely ask about that. american sign language interpreters are available by request. i believe a 24-48-hour notice. basically the more notice is better. that person is available. we have the job screening software and zoom magnification software are available at the sites
technology venture. but right here in our dog patch in mission bay a lot of things will happen. i will tell you it excites not only me but business ventures it exists the youth of our city. apprehending those laboratories will be occupied by people that will be collecting here and interning here because a they want to be next to people that are inventing new things. we're going to continue the success of the city arnold thank you and dui i didn't for that private-publ private-public talent. i will be coming back to find other things to brag about across the country to other mayors. thank you (clapping.) one of the great things about being in san francisco it's such a fantastic community and sometimes unexpectedly things happen. and this is what happened we hadn't been thinking about disadvantaged youth and all of a sudden this came from jp morgan. it's wonderful to have alice here to talk about what they're thinking. alice (clapping (clapping.) how about another shout out for doug and registration. job well done. i'm alice rodriguez i manage the banking team and on behalf of my colleagues a
. mcafee is the world's biggest security technology company. the engineer who founded it john mc af fee joins us now. you were asked to help fix the obama care site. >> well, i was. i think the reason is what you just mentioned. i did found the world's largest computer security company and in the industry i am known as a reasonably competent engineer. however, on the negative side my past history and lifestyle would not make the best pr image for helping. in any case, i choose to turn them down because i didn't think they were serious about implementing what had to be done which is throw it out and start over. not serious is the part of your belief that the way government worked is not conducive to producing a competent web site. >> no. absolutely not. there are a bunch of reasons for that, the federal acquisition requirements manual which is 2,000 pages long. >> i happen to have that here. anybody who works with the feds do anything have to obey this and if you are going to do a web site for obama care you also have to understand and obey 6,000 more pages. >> that's woshth. the total o
technology and building signs for better government. clay, i wanted to have you on. you have been tweeted about watching these hearings. they're all out of healthcare.gov, you worked on trying to do big projects. what was your takeaway from the hearing today? >> my takeaway is that we have a congress that is dangerously illiterate when it comes to technology issues. i mean, looking at this thing as a programmer and technologist, it was rather like watching people who can't read or write trying to be a book critic. i had no fundamental on what was even good or bad, it was baffling. >> what did you see that emerged -- seems to me, republicans have moved past criticisms of that. yet, that seems to be the implementation order that this law needs to get over. >> it is interesting for sort of fiscal conservatives to move on, and worry about this issue, whether or not people can keep their health insurance. you know, the system that we use called the federal procurement process, in order to buy and build healthcare.gov is broken. and that is responsible for $500 billion a year of spend by the fe
and communications technology and the privacy and civil liberties oversight board. our review is looking across the board at our intelligence gathering to ensure that was as we gather intelligence, we are properly accounting for both the security of citizens and our allies and the privacy concerns shared by americans and citizens around the world. we also need to ensure that our intelligence resources are most effectively supporting our foreign policy and national security objectives that we are more effectively weighing the risks and rewards of our activities that we are focused above all on threats to the american people. we need to ensure are collecting information not just because we can but because we should. because we need it for our security. so again, i won't go on too long. i think it's important top context you'llize some of these revelations to look at what the administration is doing to review our intelligence activities and to look at how we balance the need for security in this completely transformed world that we live in because of the technology advances that have occurred. and
that mean? does that mean technology? >> cyclicals in general. also a little geographic lean toward europe now. you look at research for most underlining hedge fund managers, 10% to 20% upside in europe and 5% to 15% in the u.s. cyclicals should lead once we get past this patch here. >> lindsey, what are you buying right now? >> just one point, what's so interesting about the market's perception, how it's shifted so dramatic even though underlying fundamentals have been so weak, now with just one additional datapoint, it seems everyone has taken tapering off the table until first quarter. it's amazing how quickly the sentiments have changed in a short period of time. >> yes, the fickle markets and the economy. >> thank you, everybody. >> ten minutes into this hour, so 50 minutes left in the trading session here. and the dow's up a whopping nine points right now. the s&p is in record territory right now. a gain of four points. >>> if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. if you like to keep your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan,
bad investment for apple. set aside arguments whether or not the technologies work together. tesla is a horrible investment. it is an unprofitable company in one of most capital intensive, ultracompetitive low margin industries in the world. not a good idea. melissa: let me try to make some of the arguments why it might make sense, dan. look at apple, stockholder fallen out of love with apple basically since the passing of steve jobs. maybe they need that injection, that magic factor. they need the charismatic person to be back in the company, dreaming up new inventions and making apple what it was. couldn't elon musk be that kind of creative, driving force, who could bring the imagination and the love back to apple? no, you're shaking your head already. ready to shoot me down. let me have it. >> no, here's the problem, steve jobs, elon musk, not the same. steve jobs solutionized four industries, music phones, movies and computers. all those are insanely profitable businesses today and elon musk is enamored with these kind of very cutting-edge, he is a dreamer, right? you about ver
. bart management says the contract also lets them update technology without always needing union approval. here's reaction on the vote from both management and union officials. >> on want to think our members for the think-our members for these issues that are important i want to thank. --. >> the hard working employes will see a wage increase and of course the rapid increase in technology and equipment. that is something that we read not able to. will help bart implement everything from wireless handheld devices to the simple use of email istead of hand-written notes. going forward.the contract will need final approval from the bart board.the vote will likely come at a board meeting on november 21-st. >> coming up on kron 4 news weekend, this teacher that was tragically shot. been remembered. . soon, californians from sacramento to salinas to san diego will have equal access to quality health insurance. those who need financial assistance will get it. and nobody will be denied because of a pre-existing condition. welcome to a new state of health. welcome to covered california.
cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. >> look at that. all right, here is the big story, let me tell you it's another obamacare bombshell. huge implications is the reporting from forbes. not only did the administration know that 10 million people would lose their private plans, it knew that modifications to the law would cause them to lose their employer provided plans and the numbers are staggering. by november of 2014, 66% of small employer health plans will no longer be legal under obamacare. millions forced to shift to more expensive coverage, losing the plan they've got. not just small business, think you're safe in a big company? not so. according to the forbes report, 45% larger employer plans will also be illegal under the law and therefore dropped. the cbo says half the country's population is covered by employer provided insurance. wh
.gov has been plagued with glitches. >> information technology provider we're doing everything we can to assist those contractors who make health care.gov a highly reliable system. >> the government identified two experts working on this project. miky dickerson is a engineer on leave from google, greg gershman previously worked for the white house >> we're learning more about a vicious dog attack in antioch. last night a man walking his dogs when two loose dogs attacked three neighbors rushed outside and tried to help. >> there was a lady across the street who was brave. she came out and started squirting water on the pit bull. another guy down the street ended up getting in the fight i think he went to the hospital. another girl went to the hospital. the neighbors were really helpful. >> none of the injuries was serious, one dog was shot by a police officer the second and a puppy returned to the scene, captured by animal control officers the owner has ten days to come forward or the dogs will be put down. >> a lawyer for the sonoma county sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 13-yea
relationship with this technology companies because we want them to be part of what we need to get done if the city not who we blame to be the rich folks they're going to share their wealth so tech sf. anybody know how many jobs we treated e created this summer? 6 thousand 2 hundred jobs for our youth yes, that's a lot to be celebrated. i told you will tech well, mr. tech and a us worked really, really hard to get our technical companies to recognize the challenge in our schools. guess what we did we got $3 million informing into our school initiatives and all kids are working on ipads they're going to get the high paying jobs because we're starting them at the age they need to have the skill set. we're seeing the results already. i know amongst the honor resolution we're going to note today we have one no particular he participate in our summers job he made an example of himself we traveled to washington, d.c. to invest president obama and abraham received the champions of chances award. congratulations abraham and we're proud of him. but someone who gets to go to the washington, d.c.
-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. out for drinks, eats. i have very well fitting dentures. i like to eat a lot of fruits. love them all. the seal i get with the super poligrip free keeps the seeds from getting up underneath. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs, it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. a lot of things going on in my life and the last thing i want to be thinking about is my dentures. [ charlie ] try zinc free super poligrip. melissa: big thing blocking so many from buying a new home is clearly money, but did you know there are ways to pick up a new property without any cash? there are actually some sweet deals for buyers and now, is the time to take advantage, because prices just keep going up. the s&p case-shille
it will be in charge. i agree with was he said a few minutes ago. at no see when. history of technological and aptitude is rife. unified like tchaikovsky system could operate between the two agencies. a drop. more than 460 million in to come up with a financial and logistics' record program. and then the cyber file program at the irs, 17 million down the drain. gerri: and the list goes on periodicity in the hearing see said her estimate of what they paid these firms is something on the order of 200 million. you look at other estimates of the cost of the website, and they are far, far higher. but i don't understand is why we have to estimate. why don't we know? why don't we have tactile, concrete numbers that we can look at and say, this is what it costs. other estimates are as high as a billion dollars. >> no one knows what the number is. for the most transparent administration in history we don't know anything about what is going on with the cost. you don't know how many people have signed up. they keep saying they will let us know. member states have had successes with their website. they know how ma
at evergreenmd.org. >>> we'll wrap up our house calls shortly. talk about manage all the technology. >> technology is good. technology is bad. it's how you use. it use it to your advantage it can be great. there are great things to help kids learn. there are great things to help kids spend their time properly. like everything else, it's a tool. parents need to get involved with the technology kids are using and make sure this doesn't replace exercise and actual conversation between people. >> you need to manage the screening time. >> you need to manage, like everything else, one more thing to manage. you need to know how to use it. because if the kids know and you don't, they got one over on grew got a couple minutes as we wrap you -- up our house calls seg mcht -- segment. the number is at the bottom of the screen. >>> here's a lock at what we're -- look at what we're working on. halloween is spooky for the kids but can be frightening for parents. >> we'll show you some apps. >> an app for that. >> got to keep an eye out for where mike masco is. >> i'll be here. it's a tale of two
. connell: no doubt using technology. dagen: really not. congratulations to my parents who bought smart phones for the first time. connell: all of the technical questions. dagen: that is my brother. he goes to the store. brother. top of the hour, everybody, time now nicole petallides at the new york stock exchange. >> reporter: hey, talking abouten and connell, good monday morning, everybody. we're seeing the markets. tech-heavy nasdaq which really has been outpacing the major averages right now is down about 1.5%, and the s&p pulling back. we've seen some names weighing on the dow, but i'll talk about what's winning today, and those are some of the consumer-type names, names like procter & gamble and walmart, and they're doing better today. we've had three -- we've had three straight weeks of gains for the dow jones industrials, each one of those weeks was up about 1%. the name that's weighing on the dow today is merck. merck showed a shortfall, they've also lost the exclusivity of tear asthma drug, and that's not good news. stock down 2.7%. connell: the online portal americans are usi
the japanese people, their brilliance, creativity, technology, resilience, and i wanted them to know america still cared. when tom foley was there, they knew america cared. i leave you with this. i think they had a good time and they enjoyed it. i know he did. there were seven japanese prime ministers in my eight years as there were seven japanese prime ministers in my eight years as president. we are not the only people that have turmoil. the best politician was the prime minister. tragically, as a young man, he had a stroke. he endured for 43 days after his stroke. when he died, in a busy world full of things to do, it was something an anti-climax. i was appalled than i was the only leader of a major country to come to his funeral. i flew to japan so i can go. i liked him and admired him and thought he had set forth a direction that gave japan the best chance they had to succeed until he took office. at the end of the funeral, young japanese women appeared with flowers. his ashes were on a high wall totally made of flowers of the rising sun. everyone there went up and bowed to his ashes an
's shareholders meeting. >> we think it's our responsibility as a technology provider and technology industry to serve all of our customers and the federal government is one of our customers. we are helping them in every way we can. >> also today, republican congressman darrell issa of southern california subpoenaed health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius, demanding couples to and information related to the website. >>> the bay area's own tesla motors just gave drivers of its high-end electric car an extension cord, of sorts it is a key network of its new super charging stations built especially for road trips. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom, has the story. >> get the charge cord. plugged in right there. >> reporter: since dawn gordon wylie got a tesla model s, there's one place she hasn't been in a while do you miss gas stations at all? >> not one bit. >> reporter: the highest end model s can go 265 miles on a charge. that's about from here to san luis obispo and yet, there's a pair of tesla sedans making a trip longer than that. >> driving from san diego to vancouver using
's our responsibility as a technology provider and technology industry to serve all of our customers and the federal government is one of our customers. we are helping them in every way we can. >> also today, republican congressman darrell issa of southern california subpoenaed health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius, demanding couples to and information related to the website. >>> the bay area's own tesla motors just gave drivers of its high-end electric car an extension cord, of sorts it is a key network of its new super charging stations built especially for road trips. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom, has the story. >> get the charge cord. plugged in right there. >> reporter: since dawn gordon wylie got a tesla model s, there's one place she hasn't been in a while do you miss gas stations at all? >> not one bit. >> reporter: the highest end model s can go 265 miles on a charge. that's about from here to san luis obispo and yet, there's a pair of tesla sedans making a trip longer than that. >> driving from san diego to vancouver using our recently opened network of
, and that's what we're really in the process of doing. we have had new talent in technology come in, we have new management talent, and we want it to be a smoothly-operating marketplace for every american who really needs affordable health care. it doesn't operate that way now. it's far from being optimum, and we won't stop until it is. gerri: i didn't hear the buck stops there, did you hear that, steve, in that answer? what do you make of it? >> i sure didn't. and by the way, in an earlier interview that i think was earlier this morning about which she was asked whether she might have to resign, she basically went on a tirade against the republicans. it's hard to see how the faulty rollout of this obamacare web site can be blamed on the party that had really nothing to do with it in the first place. look, i think this is a big issue of core competency, gerri. can they pull this off. and, look, the fact that everybody's pointing fingers like abbott and costello, it gets around the whole issue of can the government ever pull this off? they said maybe in six weeks it'll be pix fixed, but i'll
at the ballot box including construct vocational technology building. nowhere in the voter information did it say build a new theatre. it said very clearly and distinctly, build a new technology building. trustees anded a min traitors approved these plans. >> voters were sold a bait and switch? >> shaur. all you have sood is look at the ballot measure. >> you know they're not happy? >> sure. >> that council member supported the bond and votapproved the improvements since the bond. >> reporter: the rundown six decade old buildings are not be demolished and rebuild. instead, the district will spend $7 million to only refurbish and renovate. in contrast, the district will spend more than three times that total, more than $22 million on a brand-new building. the new theatre and media sarts center. >> they are saying that this bond was a bait and switch. >> that is not fair. that is not accurate. and i think that kind of language is destructive. >> the chancellor defended the decisions saying voters were not misled. >> i feel very confident that we've done nothing that is inconsistent squint wi
restrict their access to new technologies. >> translator: we haven't been able to reach an agreement this time around. but we will try to step up discussions so we can work out an accord by the end of the year. >> the japanese representatives chaired the meeting. they said the negotiators will continue the talks next month. >>> domestic auto production in japan rose in september for the first time in months. eight major manufacturers say they produced about 827,000 vehicles last month, up 13% from a year earlier. they attribute the rise to brisk domestic sales to more fuel-efficient models of vehicles. sales in the united states and other markets were also strong. mitsubishi motors surged 58.5%. mazda showed a gain of over 37%. and honda and toyota around 11%. domestic production had been falling since september of last year. carmakers plan to roll out more new models by year end. >>> a major japanese communications company is expanding deeper into overseas markets. ntt communications says it will buy two u.s. firms for about $870 million. the company says one other firm is vertella
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is connected with a plot, and find out who those numbers have been in contact with. technologically it can be done that we. the nsa director already acknowledged it can be done that way. >> the other piece of legislation that today is getting backing by the aclu and will be discussed by the director of national intelligence, and the senior officials from the justice department, and the deputy at the nsa, is whether they can take this information and they can essentially, rather than have this broad sweeping approach, they can make it more targeted, and this is legislation that is backed by james sensenbrenner in the house and also patrick leahy in the senate, and this is strong bipartisan legislation, about a half dozen members from both parties, and the aclu has thrown its weight behind it. >> the lawyer for a young girl accused of bullying a classmate into killing herself, says he will not let the system bully his client. you may recognize the attorney, jose bias. he represents casey anthony, or did. a jury acquitted her on charges she murdered her daughter, kaylee an happy to. now he is
from people who design the golden gate bridge and you realize this technology is now infiltrating everything we want to do with cell structures and assisting doctors discover how to look at cells easier to get to the solutions of the big diseases. well, now you've got this space and walking through here with supervisor chu and supervisor kim we're calibrating ourselves what the heck to do because there is so much to be done. i can talk about it but i have to suggest it to you this is the beginning of manufacturing what we thought it was. there is a redid i mention going on with the machinery the way this 3-d ability at looking at things in an additional way and making them available to the intirnlz this year this is what the ports always wanted to do exhibit this. for years monique and i have tried to a figure out how do we get our waterfront that much more innovative. the reason why you take such views you match them with the innovative spirit we have on staff at auto desk and you realize people inventing things here is going to be incredible and auto desk is in the center. you'r
to everyone can be part of our technology boom. it was an, however, to move all of you here i want to thank supervisor kim. i was excited because 4 years ago i started a software company and as mayor lee and jane know more many, many years i thought our city is so close to silicon valley by the way, we all wondered why wasn't more of that happening in our city. it's great to be part of that movement. really this is about good things. i want to talk about how we're transforming our waterfront. we were talking about our peers that were literally crumpling into the sea whether the new explore tuchl thank you, very much but we're transforming our waterfront that's been here for over a century and transforming it, it's beautiful so it's part of the bay and a respectful. the last thing i want to say i'm excited about all the cool things. i have two more things to ask you to make. we have to show up for a lot of things so i want you to clone elected officials and the last thing hopefully, you'll need a bigger 3-d printing machine of muni buses that don't breakdown so thank you (clapping) >> yeah,
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